Cranbrook’s Culligan, Flaman Fitness & Beachcomber Hot Tubs expand to the West Kootenay

Maglio’s will be renovating a Trail location to make room for new products in the coming weeks.

Owner Murray Floyd demonstrates Culligan new bottling facility and announces major expansion of his companies.

Owner Murray Floyd demonstrates Culligan new bottling facility and announces major expansion of his companies. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Murray Floyd’s companies Culligan Water Conditioning, Flaman Fitness and Beachcomber Hot Tubs continue to expand with their recent major announcement that the company is expanding into the West Kootenay.

“Just recently our company was granted the rights for Culligan Water, Beachcomber Hot Tubs and Flaman Fitness for the Trail, Castlegar and Nelson area. We have been working with a partner in that area to see about bringing all of our products to the West Kootenay,” said Floyd, “We are pleased to announce our working relationship with Maglio Building Centre based in the West Kootenay, with locations in Nelson and Trail. Maglio’s will have access to all we have to offer, which includes Beachcomber hot tubs and patio furniture, Flaman fitness equipment and Culligan water and water treatment equipment,” he said.

“The West Kootenay will be able to enjoy the benefits of all we have to offer right away. We are currently offering free delivery on hot tubs, fitness equipment and patio furniture in the area,” he continued.

Maglio’s will be renovating a Trail location to make room for all these new products in the coming weeks.

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